Scott Jones, Ducati Corse

Scott Jones 2014 Retrospective: Part 6 - Phillip Island

Ready to rumble, down under

Stopping power. But dissipating heat wasn't the problem, disks got brake covers to keep the heat in

Team Rossi - Matteo Flamigni and Silvano Galbusera played a key role in Rossi's revival. Though not as great a part as Rossi himself

Scott Jones 2014 Retrospective: Part 5 - Silverstone

There is no part of a Honda racing motorcycle that is not beautifully made

A study in yellow, white and blue

Scott Redding takes racing in front of his home crowd very seriously

Scott Jones 2014 Retrospective: Part 4 - Barcelona

You can teach old dogs new tricks, if they are willing to learn

... and here's one of the things the old dog learned: a radical new body position

Redding on red

The wheels on the bike go round and round ...

Scott Jones 2014 Retrospective: Part 3 - Le Mans


Pro tip: how to keep your clutch plates in order

Le Mans turned out some good battles. Dovizioso led a close group early on ...

Scott Jones 2014 Retrospective: Part 2 - Austin

Jorge Lorenzo's season went from bad to worse at Austin, with a jump start of almost comical proportions

By the end of 2014, two of the three Americans in this picture wouldn't be racing. It was a tough year for Americans in GP

Austin was still not a Yamaha track in 2014

Scott Jones 2014 Retrospective: Part 1 - Qatar

Class of '14

Old man? Maybe, but he keeps getting faster

Just a few weeks after breaking his leg, Marc Marquez made his intentions all too clear at Qatar

Scott Jones Shoots The Superprestigio Part 3: The Superfinal

Jared Mees told Kenny Noyes to line up inside him at the start of the Superfinal. "I was thinking, 'You're either tricking me or you're going to open up a hole.'" Noyes said.

Marquez and Mees got away from the line better, but found Thomas Chareyre in their way

Chareyre went down, blocking Marquez, Mees and Smith

Scott Jones Shoots The Superprestigio Part 2

Ready to rumble

Jared Mees shows how you get through the fluffy end

Oliver Brindley: remember the name. He's one fast 16-year-old

Scott Jones Shoots The Superprestigio Part 1

Dirt track, Marquez-style

This is what a former AMA champ does: helps prepare his own bike

Kenny Noyes grew up riding on the dirt. He was the only man to keep Mees and Marquez within sight

Two legends: Guy Martin and Troy Bayliss. This is what they do for fun

Scott Jones' Valencian Adventure - A View Of Race Day

Champions finish the season in the style they started it

The story of the Moto3 title race in a single frame: Jack Miller did all he could to win it, but he had only Isaac Viñales between himself and Alex Marquez

In the end, there were a lot of riders behind Valentino Rossi, and only one ahead

Scott Jones' Valencian Adventure - Day 2 Photos

He gets stronger as he gets older

Last time on slow bikes for both Hayden and Redding

Bradley Smith's luck has been miserable in 2014. Do not ask him to buy you a lottery ticket

Scott Jones' Valencian Adventure - Friday Photos

Big day on Sunday. Jack Miller's ready

The new king of Spain. Arguably more popular than the current one

Randy's back. Been a tough, but interesting return for Suzuki

Scott Jones On The Island: Race Day Photos From Australia

Attack vector: Rossi about to try to pass Lorenzo at MG

The new Cal Crutchlow is a completely different kettle of fish to the old one

After faltering in the last few races, Jack Miller got it perfectly right at home

Scott Jones On The Island: Saturday Photos From Australia

Free of pressure, and fast as ever

There's nothing quite like a 99 by the seaside

Cal Crutchlow has finally figured the Ducati out: ride it like you stole it

Scott Jones On The Island: Friday Photos From Australia

The circuit in the middle of nowhere. And all the more beautiful for it

Surplus to requirements at Phillip Island. Not enough hard braking to get the high mass disks up to temperature

Could this be the new King of the Island? Jorge Lorenzo is off to a good start so far

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